Fraud Intelligence: Speed to Market – the Race for Online Security Without Inconvenience

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The ‘always on’ generation expect their financial services providers to operate as fast and seamlessly as their social media accounts. Technologists are hard at work on real-time fraud controls that the legitimate customer will barely notice. So how will they meet the challenge?

Public-private partnerships are being formed in different regions, allowing financial institutions and regulators to combine their resources and work together in disrupting financial crime.

Brandon Daniels, President, Global Markets, spoke to Fraud Intelligence about this trend, adding that public-private partnerships represent: “real innovation in onboarding around consented use of data with authorities that store data for more significant use”.

He explained how DDIQ, Exiger’s AI-powered automated due diligence tool, performs fast adverse media checks against individuals using robotic process automation to search online and database sources to assess links between negative mentions of a name and potential fraudulent behaviour.

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Brandon Daniels , President, Global Markets

Brandon Daniels is the President of Global Markets. A regulatory expert and technology practitioner, Brandon brings more than 15 years in senior management across the financial services, life sciences and energy sectors. He has a reputation for technological innovation in regulatory investigations and compliance management.